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Much for a little less money than elsewhere (#VIDEO) – Techno Star



Matjaž Ropret

February 9, 2019 at 11:14

LG has no doubt that it has superior technology in its repertoire. After all, it sells it well to many manufacturers of phones, televisions and other end products. A little less successful is the Korean company with its phones. It may also be slightly wrong, because at least in higher grades, as a rule, they offer very high prices for the price. They are not as striking as most of the competition, which is also true for the new V40 ThinQ.

At least one feature is that this phone is definitely out of the question. To put it better, he stood out when presented at the beginning of October. At the time, there were five photo lenses, three rear and two in front, really something special. Good, even four months later, when the V40 came on sale in Slovenia, it's still, but we've already seen some other phones with lots of different cameras. But about what value and quality this photographic plural brings, a little later. However it makes sense for a minute or two to dedicate to the outside of the phone first. To what the buyer will take in his hands and what he will look at.

Maybe
at first glance, it would seem that the word is less prestigious and slightly more expensive than
main competitors. But I think this is a misleading impression, which derives from the slight
uninhabited design. The frame is metal and the back side is supposed to be
glass, but perhaps with a kind of coating, so it turns out to be a little less prestigious.
But the strength seems pretty good and I like the phone not to be slipping out of hand. Not
otherwise small, it is even more wide than some direct competitors, a
however, the size is not distracting yet. But it's an interesting mass. According to the specifications
not so little, but the weight is lost in the palm of the hand, which indicates a good internal one
arrangement. So the V40 is very nice to use.

Its screen is large, very clear and extremely bright. LG continues the practice started with the G7 ThinQ, at that time with the LCD, that the luminance of the screen can be "waved" over the border for some time. At the expense of battery consumption, but for even better visibility in the sun. In winter, there is no need for this, but in the summer it can be useful. In terms of colors and contrasts, this display is difficult to measure with the best, but it is better than what LG put into the V30 and delivered to Pixel 2 XL for Google. It is a shame, however, because high resolution (stretched QHD) was not used to display more content, as everything on the screen is quite high.

Important
the partner of the large and high-quality display has become the speakers in the phones.
Namely, multimedia is one of the most important issues. If the picture and sound with the "tube"
netflix and other streaming services are put together in a beautiful whole, this can be in
in most cases replaces the device with a larger screen. LG is also in this
He continued the path he had set up with the G7, using the resonance of the casing
for bass reinforcement. It's fine for the music and a bit less welcome for
speech, which can be less explicit about this. The phone is always a bit
vibrates, and the volume is not the best. I'd rather see it as a model of others
manufacturers worked on more extensive help of the upper speaker, as it can
The lower one takes up more low-tonnage tasks (without additional resonance), and the upper one
added higher frequencies, and even louder it can be all together.

Regarding
batteries LG's phones have never been a champion, but they kept it well,
V40 does not depart from it. One charge takes up to a day and a half of a serious one
use, but because wireless charging is available, it's not a problem every time
time to postpone to the appropriate charger to acquire those ten or twenty
percent, and then there is again enough stock when electricity is not available. How fast
I do not know the wired charging with the supplied charger because I did not have it at all
In the case, inductive to my taste is the most convenient solution.

Na
Android 8.1 was running, and when "Pita" came, I do not know. They are so much
do it with a disguise that it is now quite solid, without any uncertainty
user that we had to download earlier and which we often encounter in
other brands. Maybe you could still visualize the subject matter a bit and, like
to put it, at least, have the option of selecting small icons and other elements. But
this is the first time I do not know how many years I did not feel the need for LG
the phone was replaced by a starter. Yeah, I missed a finger swipe operation, for
Now they added only this up to access the application section, everything
The rest is still old, with virtual keys on the screen. Serious transition to
moves and gestures are apparently coming with the G8 and V50. The photo application is for me
seems to be an acquisition compared to what Google offers in basic Android. Still
especially the possibility that when you press the focus screen, you can immediately with the new one
By clicking on the icon that appears in the same place, you also take pictures, it is very
convenient.

Regarding
Speed ​​I have not much to lose words. The Snapdragon 845 processor is over
piece of order, everything goes fast, some waiting is possible only at the start of the phone,
then the operation is smooth. We've been with top-end phones for a year now
have crossed the boundary when adding capacity in everyday use is still known.
Of course, the speed and processing of photos, night modes and the like
tricks, in machine learning and artificial intelligence, the speed of network connections
and yet, for the system itself, the opening of applications and the switching between them is
processor power as well as memory more than enough.

Near the five-camera camera, LG was loud and wide-eyed a pomp. Partially justified and partially not. The camera really allows for a lot of possibilities, flexibility and, say, artistic expression, but the quality of it is a bit lagging behind the best. In particular, the dynamics and quality in low light are average. Lighting or noise is rapidly occurring and LG has not yet developed a night mode. This will be necessary this year if they want to stay in the game. Three different focal points at the main and two in a self-eyed camera are a useful word and, fortunately, the quality at ultra-wide angle and telephoto is not far worse than the main one. Thus, the user can select any focal point – I recommend one of the fixed, not some intermediate steps – and always will be quality similar and generally quite satisfactory. There is also a way in which the phone itself captures a motif with all three lenses and produces a short video from these three shots. The front is also occasionally useful to switch to a wider view. So with the V40, the V40 really offers a lot. After all, it's also manual mode and photographing with artificial intelligence. The first one is likely to be used by those who know exactly why, and the rest will be left alone. While AI is recommended at most for motives where there is no significant color accuracy or excessive saturation is even welcome. I'm talking about taking pictures of food, possibly animals and something else, otherwise I think that the imagery without artificial intelligence is more natural and more beautiful to my eyes.

Most
The above is true especially for flickering, while the video has less chance of playing. Apparatus
it's basically just two options of focal points, otherwise it's moving around the whole
spectrum, but it's obviously encouraging the user to shoot
predominantly remains at the basic view. The quality of the video is decent and also
options for custom settings are great, but it's just for recording this
I would not buy the phone.

In the end, it is both from the point of view of usability and the V40 looks like a phone that offers and enables many. It's such a rational purchase, a bit cheaper than other pretenders, but with the exception of five lenses, it might be missing something striking.


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